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    Obvious necessity for repopulating a guitar board.

    Keep it to one picture a post. It's boring scrolling through a wall of twenty of one dudes pictures. Better viewing if it's spaced out. You can certainly post all your gear to be admired, just not in one go featuring multiple pictures. That way if anyone has a question about your gear or wants to comment on it, they can quote a single picture and don't have to quote a whole wall of jpegs. You can, however, feature as many guitars as you want in a single image. Captioning with the guitar's model is recommended as well.



    Ontario Jackson Soloist ~-1989-1990

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    1994 Gibson Les Paul Custom

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        Warmoth Diamondback, ~2018.

        Gibson LP Studio, 2013
        NSLALP



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            #6
            Originally posted by Leon View Post
            socket cap bolts
            The socket cap bolts in lieu of simple caps is certainly an interesting choice.

            What does the non poker chipped toggle do? Split? Parallel/Series?

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                #8
                Holy shit, a PG with three minibuckers?

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Greg McCoy View Post

                  The socket cap bolts in lieu of simple caps is certainly an interesting choice.

                  What does the non poker chipped toggle do? Split? Parallel/Series?
                  I had some holes to fill, and had recently used bolts like that on a project, so the choice was clear! The kicker-find was those washers. They have a foam/rubber seal on the bottom, so while they'll likely stain the finish a bit, they won't scratch.

                  That's a 2-way ON/OFF. ON is open, and OFF is closed, connecting hot to ground. It's pretty necessary when you have no volume control on the guitar

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by noodles View Post
                    that couch shot
                    I covet that P90'd Junior in the middle!

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by DonBot View Post
                      How's that refret going?

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by noodles View Post
                        Holy shit, a PG with three minibuckers?
                        Yep! The 30th Anniversary PGM. the PGM333. DiMarzio PG-13 pickups.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by dpm View Post

                          How's that refret going?
                          It's done and it's awesome. Going to do a big pic story thread on it soon.

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                              3 years on, and I play this guitar the most.

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                                #16
                                Originally posted by ohio_eric View Post
                                That Carvin...
                                ...is missing some bevels, eh?

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                                  #17
                                  Originally posted by desertdweller View Post
                                  3 years on, and I play this guitar the most.

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                                  How's that one wired up? I see the sustainer... I still have no idea how those are run

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                                    Second one I'm real proud of, my heavily modified mahogany S7:
                                    Pickups: DiMarzio Evo 7 (Bridge) and Liquifire (neck)
                                    Sperzel locking tuners
                                    Tusq Nut
                                    Hipshot 7 string bridge

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                                      #19
                                      Originally posted by Leon View Post

                                      How's that one wired up? I see the sustainer... I still have no idea how those are run
                                      Under normal operation, the pickup selector is: Bridge humbucker, single-coil sound, neck single coil sound. The first two knobs are standard volume & tone knobs. With the sustaniac engaged, the pickup selector is overridden. The third knob on the guitar controls the intensity (the power draw to it, since it's active). For the switches, one switch is a 2 way, on or off, to switch it on or off. The second switch is 3 way; harmonic feedback, straight sustain of your note (you really feel the guitar vibrate with this one!), and a blend of the two with the middle position.

                                      It's a really nice effect, if you don't overdo it.

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                                        I really want to try one of those out!

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                                          www.terra.band

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                                            #22
                                            Originally posted by DonBot View Post


                                            www.terra.band

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                                              #23
                                              Starting with the one I've had the longest:


                                              2002 LTD SC600



                                              Maverick SF1 Streefighter



                                              2015 Caparison Dellinger Prominence



                                              1997 Parker Fly Deluxe



                                              1993 Ibanez PGM300

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                                                #24
                                                This is my first build which I started in lockdown. I've made a body before, but this one I did everything, including roasting the maple in my oven at home. It's waiting on some pickups but so far im really happy with this.

                                                Plus it's OK cos BMs aren't cool anymore right?
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                                                  Some random group shots:

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